This July, PAQ SESSION, an Intellectual and Thought Leadership summit is set to hold in the city of
In a release from the convener, Philip Asuquotes (strategy consultant and Futurist), the event was first held in Port Harcourt and the second edition is set to be held in Uyo after residents voted for the program to be brought to Uyo, ahead of other cities.
The focus theme of the Uyo edition is centered on empowering the attendees with the right information that will spur them to accelerate the industrialization of Akwa Ibom State with their ingenuity, creativity and intellect.
Mr. Asuquotes said;
“We don’t really have to wait for the government to build the industries we look forward to having in Akwa Ibom. We ought to create/own the industries or atleast have a percentage of shares in them. The likes of Dangote and Strive Masiyiwa did not wait on the government to set up their companies for them. They first set up and successfully operated their companies before expanding and ensuring that government policies are favorable to their industries. Owning Industries here in Akwa Ibom is not rocket science. People just need to be exposed to the right information on how to go about it.”
Akwa Ibom residents, are you ready to get impacted with the right information that will set you on the path to becoming an owner or partner/shareholder of an industry? PAQ SESSION 1.2 will open you up to that and also inform you on how to impact the world with your intellect.
This program is borne out of deep research and the need to spur the true industrialists that will industrialize this state, the region and nation.
The key interactors of the program are Philip Asuqoutes (Strategy Consultant), Obinna Osumuo ( CEO, Digital Suite Media), Rose Akai (OAP, Planet Radio), Tony Onuk (Co-Founder, The RootHub), Uduak Umo (CEO, Jabbarro PR) and Aniekeme Finbarr (Special Assistant, Media, to the Governor of AKS).
Attendance is FREE. To reserve your seat, text your name and location to 07063607101. VENUE will be communicated to those who reserve their seats first.